East Bay Center for the Performing Arts

For Organizational Adaptation

  • Amount
    $900,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    12/1/2020
  • Term
    42 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Strategies
Overview

East Bay Center for the Performing Arts is a multi-disciplinary arts education organization. It provides in-school and after-school education programs for 4,500 pre-K through middle school students, as well as rigorous conservatory-level training and wrap-around services for 140 middle and high school students at its beautifully restored facility in Richmond’s Iron Triangle neighborhood. The center reaches another 30,000 people through community events and public performances, all of which reflect a broad array of global art forms. This grant will support East Bay Center for the Performing Arts’ adaptation planning and implementation, advancing the Performing Arts Program’s Youth strategy.

About the Grantee
Address
339 Eleventh Street
Richmond, CA 94801-3105
Grants to this Grantee
for organizational adaptation  

East Bay Center for the Performing Arts is a multi-disciplinary arts education organization. It provides in-school and after-school education programs for 4,500 pre-K through middle school students, as well as rigorous conservatory-level training and wrap-around services for 140 middle and high school students at its beautifully restored facility in Richmond’s Iron Triangle neighborhood. The center reaches another 30,000 people through community events and public performances, all of which reflect a broad array of global art forms. This grant will support East Bay Center for the Performing Arts’ adaptation planning and implementation, advancing the Performing Arts Program’s Youth strategy.

for general operating support  
East Bay Center for the Performing Arts is an artistic and cultural resource for the ethnically diverse city of Richmond. The organization provides in-school and after-school education programs for 4,500 pre-K through middle school students in the greater Richmond area, as well as rigorous conservatory level training and wrap-around services for 140 middle and high school students at its beautifully restored facility in Richmond’s Iron Triangle neighborhood. It reaches another 30,000 people through community events and public performances, all of which reflect a broad array of global art forms.

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